FLORIDA – Sadie Daiquiri and other phony foreclosure auction bidders are profitable ploy for Tampa company

Tampa Bay Times: Sadie Daiquiri and other phony foreclosure auction bidders are profitable ploy for Tampa company
“…big money to be made in homeowner association foreclosure auctions. “
By Susan Taylor Martin
July 2, 2016
Several times this year, a woman with the intriguing name of Sadie Daiquiri has been the winning bidder at Tampa Bay foreclosure auctions. Daiquiri has an intriguing address, too — 1 Dag Hammarskjold Plaza in New York City. That’s a 49-story tower near the United Nations headquarters that houses the permanent missions of France, Italy and several other countries.

But it turns out that there is no Sadie Daiquiri in  Manhattan, or anywhere else. So it wasn’t totally surprising that she defaulted on the bids, failed to pay up and forced the auctions to be rescheduled.

Daiquiri is one of three phony bidders whose names have repeatedly popped up at bay area foreclosure auctions — all involving houses linked to a Tampa company called HOA Problem Solutions. By walking away from their bids, they’ve enabled HOA Problem Solutions to continue to collect thousands of dollars in rent from houses facing foreclosure even while the company is under investigation by Attorney General Pam Bondi’s office.  Read more:

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